Standards for high performance, storm-resistant roofs explained

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High-wind and impact-rated roof shingles should be used to install a roof that can endure storms, according to housing specialist Claudette Reichel from Louisiana State University Agricultural Center.

November 12, 2012

High-wind and impact-rated roof shingles should be used to install a roof that can endure storms, according to housing specialist Claudette Reichel from Louisiana State University Agricultural Center. Other musts include the use of 8d ring-shank nails to secure roof decking.

 

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